Hematoxylin and Eosin Staining of Tissue and Cell Sections

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Hematoxylin and Eosin Staining of Tissue and Cell Sections

University of Guyana School of Allied Health College of Medical Science Histotechnology II (DMT3205) Lloyd Moffatt

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Overview of article chosen Why this article was chosen Likes and dislikes about this article How will this article impact my practice as a health care worker in the Pathology Department

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Overview

Articles provided great detail on usage and description Hematoxylin & Eosin stain has been used for over a century Works well with a variety of fixatives Able to display cytoplasmic , nuclear & extracellular matrix features. Hematoxylin - nuclei - blue Eosin - Pink

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With in my scope of learning Wanted to have a better understanding of named stains Because stains are coming used by medical technologist in the pathology lab

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Information was well put together Had no issues in understanding the content provided Dislikes Lack of visual images

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How will this article impact my practice as a health care worker in the Pathology Department

Within my scope of learning Better knowledge on the use of the stains Improve confidence , when using these stains Familiarize oneself with the type of stain commonly used to day in the medical pathology lab

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Reference

Zeller, R., Jacobson, K., Rose, J. and Fischer, A., 2015. Hematoxylin and Eosin Staining of Tissue and Cell Sections. Basic Methods in Microscopy , [online] Available at: <http://cshprotocols.cshlp.org/content/2008/5/pdb.prot4986.short> [Accessed 24 April 2021].